Guru has unparalleled knowledge of low-carbon energy networks and smart metering technology and has developed a new system that can save low-income households and local energy providers (including social housing landlords) a significant amount of money.
The Guru system eliminates the two biggest risks faced by energy providers: non-payment by customers and losses due to undiscovered inefficiencies in the energy network.
The highly secure system helps residents monitor their own energy consumption and ensures they don’t exceed their credit limit.
- Heat Trust will promote best practice in the sector - The Managing Director of a leading district heating firm has been named the chair of the board for a body that will help to protect customers on district heat networks. Casey Cole, of
Technology developed by Guru Systems has been named most new innovative product of the year by the Housing Innovation Awards 2015. The London-based company’s ground-breaking smart metering system for district heat networks scooped the
Advanced algorithms could soon be used to dramatically improve the energy efficiency of district heat networks thanks to a £7 million funding programme from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). Smart metering firm Guru
Disruptive district heat prepay technology given a boost as company announces buyout London-based clean tech company Guru Systems has parted ways with its parent company Fontenergy as it looks to move into new markets and attract investment.
New system lets RPs set accurate tariffs and provide better support to tenants in fuel poverty A pilot project by Octavia Housing is helping landlords re-think how they deliver heat and tackle fuel poverty in thousands of social housing